After a period of intense rainfall and flooded roads, things are getting warmer and drier again for Luzia Illiger, our co-worker in Tanzania. There is a lot to do. In addition to her work in the hospital and in health stations, the gynecologist also teaches sex education at various schools. She writes: "I hope that I can contribute to a little more education, knowledge and understanding among the students." Because the gaps in knowledge are large.
In the current newsletter, she reports on the successes and obstacles in this important work: from anonymous question rounds, taboo topics and empty condom boxes. What else she observes in hospital, school and everyday life, you can read in the enclosed newsletter. We thank you very much for your interest and support and wish you a good read.
Newsletters are personal experience reports of our international employees. They do not necessarily reflect the view of Mission 21.